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>> charlie: amy chaw and gita wirjawan when we continue. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: last year we took dozens of trips using membership rewards points to meet with the farmers that grow our sweet potatoes and merchants that sell our product. we've gone from being in 5 stores to 7,500. booming is using points to make connections that grow your business. additional funding provided by these funders: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> charlie: amy chua is here. she's a professor at yale law school and author of a critically acclaimed books on global instability. her latest book is "battle hymn of the tiger mother" how she raised her two daughters using what she called strict chinese methods. since it's released the book has ignited fierce debate. an except because published in the wall street journal. readers called her everything from a monster to a savvy provocateur. welcome. >> thanks so much for having me charlie. >> charlie: we first met at yale law school and we had lunch with
>> charlie: welcome to our program. tonight we continue our conversations about afghanistan with congress woman barbara lee. >> i had my resolution but i have support. no more funding for compat operationment the only funding that we're going to provide will be to protect our troops and contractors and to bring them home. enough is enough. you know, the generals are going to tell us it's going good, we need more money more troops or they're going to say it's going bad, we need more money more troops. >> charlie: we take a look at march madness with jay bilas of espn. >> i think kansas has the best path and i think they are playing the best right now heading into the tournament. they're very efficient offensively and they're very very good defensessively and they're continuing to get better at this time of year which is unusual and it's certainly the nice thing when you're number one seed and continuing to improve. >> charlie: with we conclude with the renown stock picker barton biggs who has written a novel about wall street. >> you wake up in the middle of the night about
of the public. and [indiscernible] officials. >> charlie: he brought us the black swan nassim taleb is back with a new book driving our economy. >> it has so much complexity that we need to have more reserves in a way against unpredictability and i refer very often to mother nature as west manager. mother nature gave it to me and you don't have to predict what makes you lose one of them. it's a virus, bacteria or anything else. you have a buffer. >> charlie: and we conclude with mike huckabee the former governor of arkansas who might run for president again. >> we certainly need a person who thinks he can do the job and frankly i think i can. i think i can run against president obama more effectively than any republican i see. >> charlie: why do you think that. >> i think i can articulate the message. >> charlie: klein, kaleb and huckabee when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> charlie: we begin this evening with a look at the wisconsin budget stand off. republican governor scott walker proposed a two-yea
>> charlie: welcome to our program. tonight with a look at afghanistan and a new report about negotiations. we'll talk to former difficult lat from the united nations lakhdar brahimi and secretary of state thomas pickering. >> this is a good time to start saying yes now, the other side is ready to consider it. we are fairly certain that it is now high time to find out with the taliban and pakistan and others are ready. >> now we need a diplomatic surge. it's simple to me. i say this all the time. all wars end with political consequences. do you want to help shape them or do you want somebody to shape them for you. >> charlie: as march madness moves to the sweet 16, we talked to espn jay bilas and for morning joe way too early willie geist. >> it's an eclectic group. it's not a lot of the blue bloods and thoroughbreds of college basketball twheat haven't seen in a while. >> as jay says ohio, you got the senior and this kid who is a three-point shoulder can shoot you to a he win. >> charlie: we conclude with author rula jebreal her novel is strikes her life called miral. >> i
won best supporting. playing a mentally unstable drug addict. charlie sheen was like you can get an award for that? >> is it me or is charlie sheen on every tv show? he was on the today show, "good morning america", cnn, last night on abc and access hollywood. ref i show except the one he should be -- on every show except the one he should be on, celebrity rehab. >> geraldo: welcome to the show. i'm geraldo rivera this is a fox news alert. as we speak, charlie sheen is about to broadcast live from his home. which he has dubbed silver valley lodge. broadcast to the entire world. who better to review the substance of what he's saying than my first case casey jordan. the 20 to-year-old former high school cheerleader from oregon who went to los angeles to become a porn star. who on january 25th, spent a drug fueled night with charlie sheen which ended with i am had -- with him in the hospital. he is about to begin one of the weirdest, wildest, most twisted trips ever. was he kind of the perfect customer for you? >> i would say so because i'm a party girl. i was excited to meet charli
. >> charlie sheen label, charlie sheen hang tag. >> you'll see him in private moments, one minute texting and chain-smoking, the next working out and joking. >> oops. joke. >> in fact, he's looking healthier than we've seen in a long time. not the portrait of of a man in the midst of of a major life crisis. and his so-called goddesses? they're always along for the ride. >> good night! >> but enter at your own risk. the world according to charlie sheen, according to charlie sheen, may just be too much for you to handle. >> i'm tired of of pretending like i'm not special, like i'm not a total freaking rock star from mars. >> for the of past week, one of tv's biggest stars, has waged a take no prisoners offensive against his former bosses, this after cbs and warner brothers pulled the grenade pin on the hit sitcom "two and a half men." the move enraged the actor and he made head lines. >> when i say we're at war, we're at war. >> i've been along to watch and listen as sheen has fumed over the radio, on tv. >> we're on a rocketship to the moon some nights, but if you do the crime you've got t
>> charlie: welcome to our program. tonight we begin a disaryz of conversations about the the war in afghanistan tonight with general jack keane and david ignatius and dave shin. >> i'm not optistic but we're not going to transform to something that will be accepteddable to us by the time he exits the stage in 2014. i don't think that's happening. we have to be realistic about that in our own judgments and put together a political process that helps him exit and hopefully brings in people who truly want to reform. >> i see less evidence that the pakistanis are prepared to depart from their hedging strategy today than i did the six or eight months ago. i go off to pakistan and i talk to the pakistanis all the time. i think their alliance with the united states is becoming more problematic not less. >> if we can construct through an economic strategy and military strategy with an equilibrium with a condition that they serve their relations with al-qaeda, then we will have, we will prove the fact you can have a political solution that leaves terrorism and al-qaeda out in the cold. >>
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